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TO,PfffiSliVR RK HEALTH'
CM tts'ilagnetoa' Appliance 06. V
Magnetic Lung : Protector 1
PRICE ONIiYj 85.
The ere priceless to una, iNTLirait n
ma with waJt lom; noeeeeof risrHona
i;aaoav Is -vr-t .krB 1 1 rlir theee
(amenta are.wwrs). Thjr also preveot end eura
ABTOUPfimfLtlM, HOLDS, MI0M4TUM. caAXr
IA, TiaOAT IWOCBLaU, OtriMIMA OATABBB,
4JX UIBU1 MUiHi Will IU MT servte
for nail Tiaa. AwworB oter the Bdc-ioU-lag.
fATAJfrPTT 'U ssIsm t dsserlbe the
va. JL AlVlA'Jia eymptoneof tbtsneaeeoasdle
h that ts sapping the Itfe and strength efonly
too many of tits fairest and . best of both sexes.
Labor, study ud rMMrch In America, Europe tad
astern lands, hav resulted In tba Magnetic Lang
v i Treieeiof, affording ear for . Catarrh, a reaudr
which contains NoDidmih of rai U ystix, and
' with tba contlnuoue stream of Manaliam par
i , saeatlng tbroofb tba a (Meted organs, aosT aav
arroasj tbm to a utivrur otios Wu rues ooa
' raioa for tbit Appliance at leu than one-twentieth
, ' ef the prica aakad bjr otbera for remedies a son
, whlcb you tike all tba ebancea, aod bsmoav.
It i ma tba patronage of tba babt masons who
bare triad DWMtna raiia rroa.ows viraoot
HOW TO OBTAIN
glat and ask for tham. U thsy hate aotfot than,
rite to tba proprietor, enclosing the price la let
tar, at oar risk, and tbar aball be lent to rot at
aaea by mail, postpaid.
Sand aump for the "Saw Departure In Medt
eal Treat neat wrraooT BiDifflia," with tboa
aaada of testimonial.
TBI MAONatTO APPLIANCE CO.,
-i SIS state Street, Chicago, 111.
MoTB.-8ed on dollar In pottage atampaor
ewrency (la letter at oar ruk) with alee of the
nasally worn, at d try a pair of oar Magnetic In
Mlae, and be convinced of tba power residing la
aar Magnetic Appliances. Positively n cold feet
wbera tLT are worn, or moaey refonded. IBMy
If and If.
"If yoa are suffering from poor
'health or languishing on a bed of
'lick new, take cheer, if you are
'limply ailing, or if you feel weak
and dispirited, without clearly i
'knowing why, Hop Bittera will
.. 'surely cure you."
. "If you are a minister, and hare overtax
'ad youraelf with your paatoral duties, or
'Mothers worn out with care and work, br
'man of busioeas or " laborer weakened
'by the itrein of your everyday duties, or a
'man of letter, toiling over your midnight
'work, Hop Bitten will surely strsngtneo
"It you are suffering ;
'from overrating or
'drinking, any indes
'cretioo or diuipa
'tion, or are young
'ana growing too futr
'ai is often ttie case."
"Or if you are in the workshop, bo
. 'the farm, at tba desk, anywhere,
and feel that your system need
'claiming, toning, or stimulating,
'intoxicating, if you are old, blood
thin and impure, pulse feeble,
; ' ; nerres unsteady, laculties waning, .
' 'Hup Bitters U what you need to )
2 gite new life, health and vigor."; :
If you are coative or dyspeptic, or
suffering from any other of thenu-
merous diseases of the stomach or
bowels, it is your own fault if you
,. 1 remain ill.t : J ..'
If you ere Wasting bwsj with any :
form of Kidney disease, stop tempt
ing death this moment, aod turn .
for a enre to Hop Bitters. "
Jf you are sick with
that terrible sicknesa
Nervousness, you will . '
find a "Balm in Oilead"
in Hop Bitters.
, If you are a frequenter, or a , reai-
dent of t miumatic district, barri
cade your system against the
scourge of all countries malaria,
epidemic, bilious and intermittent
levers by the use of Hop Bitters.
If you hive rough, pimply or sallow ikin,
bad brtatb, Hop Bitters will give you fair
akin, nth blood, the sweetest brtatb and
health. $500 will be paid for a case tbay
will not cure or help.
That poor, bedridden, invalid wife, sister,
mother, or daughter, can be made the
picture of health bye few bottlnofHop
Bitters coating but a trifle
THE VEST THINQ KNOWN
IB HATH Or WHt noiwr vwiu mbmu
BATES LABOR. TIMB and
LMOLX, and Uvea unlraU aatlatycitioa. W
(uoUy, riob or poor, aboold be vntliout lk
toM briprera. BEWARE of Mtottga
wan bean the above ayaibol, and uaau oj
JAJAgg TWA NEW YORK.
The Daily Bulletin.
OrriCK: KO. 78 OHIO LKTEK.
OFFICIAL PAFIB OF ALBXAMDBB COTHTT
EITBBED AT TH CAIBO FO8TOFFI0B FOR
ntAismssioH thxocoh tm maili at
SIOOITD CLAM BATKS.
The Cs'rbondale Normal school opened
on the 3d of January under more favorible
uspicesthsa tba year "before. The first
day 193 scholars reported, whereas at the
previous, term only 183 reported on the
first day. - Within the first few days tba
nqmber wu swelled to nearly three bun
dred, and letters were received from many
others promising to come later in the term.
The school did not get to occupy the new
temporary quarters on the first day, nor
bag if yet been moved into them . I But It ia
thought that within a week or ten days the
new buildings may be occupied, ; -
P. 0, BCHUH1 DRAWING " !
' According to programme previously ,, an
aooncad the drawlrlg os number of. fspcy
erticlee, at the .drag store .efr,M P.O.
lehwh, toak place lut night. Six ertiejeg
mim DAILV:;CAIBO IVDULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNMQ JANUARY
Mre to be drawn for aod one hundred and
lfxty-i L;'tickbts, represehlirig: ' 'conild
erably luss than Hie aggregate wholesale
cost of the goods, 'had been sold in this,
city and elsewhere. Many of those bold-,
ing tickets were present, and the drawing
was very Interesting. ... f '!
The following were the articles their
value, the lucky numbera and the holders
in the rotation in which they were drawn :
Hmall dressing case,' worth $10, drawn
by No. 13 held by Henry Hojftamp, of
Bunker Hill, III.
Plush cuff and collar cue, worth $68,
drawn by No. 6 held by W. J. Fritech, of
Iland-painted vuea (8 pieces), worth $20,
drawn by No. 64 held by C. T. Redman,
Large plush dressing cue, worth $50,
drawn by No. 85 held by T. B. Farrin,
Lady's satchel, ' drawn by No. 5 held by
Superintendent T. J. Hudson, I. O. R. R.,
held by M. J.Cahlll, Cairo.
COUNCIL ' MEETING.
City council met last night in" aecond
regular session thit month. Present, hii
Honor, the mayor and Aldermen Hinkle,
Hughes', McHale, Patier, Sunt and Swo
boda. Reading ot minutes of previous meeting
wu dispensed "with.
Monthly report of comptroller and bis
report upon report of trewurer, were re
ceived and filed, u wu also report of A
Comings, P. M. :
4 reoommendation bf corporation couo
aelor, mayor and comptroller, that council
pus a resolution offered by them, extend
ing , time for payment of special assess
meats for sidewalks provided for by ordi
nances 73 and 134, in cases of property
abutting streets not filled to the establish
ad grade, until such streets shall have been
filled aod the owners of such property shall
have had reasonable time to build such
walks themselves, wu concurred In and the
resolution wu passed.. '
Committee on street reported recom
mending temporary dismissal . of street
superintendent and reduction of aidewalk
force to two' men. Also reported having
contracted with Mr. Louie Cahill for gravel
to raise Ohio levee street. Report received
and recommendations concurred in.
r Ordinance committee reported ordinance
gtagtjng" N. B. Thistlevood permission to
bcildl addition to bouse within fire limits:
Ordinance read first time and laid over
under the' r'u'ee.. , . ; ;r
Alderman Swoboda offered resolution
providing for petition in clerk's office
Committee od claims reported favorably
upon nearly all claims referred to them at
previous meeting: Report wu received
and recommendation concurred to.
. FOR BALE.
Our entire stock of Clothing, Hsts, Caps
and Gents' Furnishing Goods. A builnesi
which bu been carried on for the psst It
years situated io the business portion of the
city with an eatarjlished trade. Our stock
is new and fuhionable. As we are deter
mined to go out of the clothing business
we wil offer eTft inducements to cuh
buyers or such terms si may be agreed upon!
For particulars enquire of
tf GOLDCTIBB (fc ROSIKWATBB.
Cairo, Ills.; Jan. 3d, 1884.
. f; LiaaDm. nver editor ot Ita Bcllitib
and auamboat paaaeager ageat Orders for all
hlnaaof iteaaiboat Job priatlng aotietted. Offlca
at Bower'i Barooean Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
STAens or tb biveb.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 pjtn. 80 feet 11 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Jan. 8. River ' feat 11
igchea fcai) falling.; . , " .
Cincinnatii Jan. 8 '. River 39 feet 3 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Jan. 8. River 18 feet 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 8. River 18 feet 4 in
eh and falling.
Pittsburg,1 Jan. 8. River I ' feet 11 in
ches and falling.
j.ftt.. Louis, Jan 8 .River 9 feet 10 in
ehse and rising.
The R.R. Springer arrived at 9 p. m.
Monday, receiv4 about 350 tona of freight
here and departed lut evening with a fine
The Anchor Line fleet were circulating
around considerably yesterday seeking auit
able harbor on the Kentucky shore all
Yesterday waa clear and cold, several de
grees below freezing and the ice runniog
pretty henvy but not sufflciento to stop nav
igation in the Ohio.
" The Qua Fowler arrived lut evening at
4:30 departed on her return trip at 9 p. m.
The Cons. Millar from Mtynphls will pus
up this morning on her wsy to Cincinnati.
The Bell of Bhreveport from New Or
leans it due thia morning for Cincinnati.
) .The Guiding Star arrived at Louisville
Monday, ahe will arrive here to-morrow tor
The Springer received quite a number of
first-class passengers here for Memphis,
Vioksborg and New Orleans, among them
were Mr- B. F. Blake,' of thai city, and Miss
J. B. PhitlU alto Mrs. Imsraoo, Miaa Ida
Blake'. and Mra. E. C. Blake, 'of Lynn,
M us.,1 who with Mr. Blake will go to New
Orleans and return on the Springer.
'The Mary Houston follows the Belle of
Bhreveport and 'is due bare Thursday morn
ing for Cincinnati. r
The Cincinnati and Memphis Packet Co.
did hot tend oat but one boat from Cincin
nati last week on account of the ice.
The heaviest enow fell at Memphis Sun-
day and Monday! 6th and 7th, that was
ever known in that section. .
J No' Cumberland ' rlve'r' boiata out this
A bkeletoit Iiouquct.
'. ''Don't yoii' know how'' to. make a
ske!!ton 'Wiiquet?'' mid a yountf lady:
io a St. Loula PiMd-DUpaJxh, reporter.
Tho young man was foroed to confuss
hie ignoiauce, and the young lady con
. "Wfill, - I'll U-ll you. A beautiful
phnntom botnjTtPt can be made from
ekrletonlzfid lcavon and HPfd vesnelH.
If property prepariid the exquisitt! deli
cacy of theso plitat structurea and thir
brilliant whiteness corabino to form a
work of beautv that the sculptor would
envy but couli never hope to rival.
The art is an old one revived. It was
known to Marcus Aurelins Severinun in
1643, who, however, kept tlie process a
secrot, and the first published account
of the method of preparing plant-skeletons
waa by the Dutch naturalist,
Frederick Ruyticb. In 1W1 Parrisch,
of Philadelphia, wrote a little work on
the subject. . The art then became very
fashionable in the east, and at present
a number of young ladies in the west
ern part of the city have beautiful par
lor ornaments, the work of their own
"In selecting material care should be
taken to gather leaves that are fully
formed and free from blemish. The
functure of an . insect will render . the
eaf unfit for use. The leaves of herbs
must not be gathered, as thej are soft
and rlablrr. and lack the ligneous veins
that constitute the skeleton leaf. The
leaves' of all the hardy deciduous trees
and shrubs' make good materials. Ev
ergreens, vines and creepers may also
be used, - and the seed-vessels and
ealyces of varioui plants are suitable
for the Work. ' Having selected the
leaves the nest step is to procure a
suitable vessel for their maceration.
Any utensil of wood ' or earthenware
that will hold water will do. The spec
imens are to be covered with boiling
water and to be held in place by suita
ble pieces of glass. The vessel is then
set away in some warm situation for
four or five weeks, when, by action of
decomposing, fermentation prompted
by warmth and moisture, the pulpy
matter of the leaf will be loosened so
that it can be separated from the fi
brous skeleton and be preserved unim
paired. Some of the leaves, ; like ivy
and holly, after maceration will part
with their tongh skin in layers so as to
expose the skeleton covered with A thin
membrane, ' which may be readily
washed off. Maples, lindens and others
require different treatment Their ep
idermis is so thin and slight that it is
necessary to place the decayed leaf ou
a plate or pane of glass and with a soft
tooth brush olean off the surface. If
necessary a leaf may be returned to
the macerating vessel to complete the
softening process. Leaves of very del
icate texture may be cleaned by wash
ing them under water between the fin
gers. Some skeletons, like the lemon
and japonlca," when obtained in a per
fect condition show a double structure,
agthongh two perfect leaves had grown
together at the edges.
'In mounting specimens the prefer
ence seems to be lor a loose, airy-looking
arrangement of the leaves. The
English cases are, u a rule, too solid
looking; they aeem, as it were, to par
take of the national character. A
Souping of seed vessels at the base of
e bouquet seoms to conceal the loose
stems. In these matters no rule oan be
laid down. Good taste and judgment
are the only standards, and in such
matters all must admit that ladles are
unequalled." - w
V, m a i t
Nothing Doing on Top.
Here is an instance of good repartee.
They were two solid citizens.' One was
bald, but rejoiced in a fine luxuriant
beard. The other bad a heavy, growth
of hair on the head, but was very bald
as to his chin. The bald-chinned
citizen was a very talkative individual,
whose" conversation was rapid and in
cessant. Meeting the bald-headed
citizen one day in a company of gentle
men, he . opened fire on him touching
the bareness of his sconce. "What do
you suppose," said he, in his rattling,
vivacious way,. "what do you suppose,
neighbor, is the reason that you nave
no hair on your head, and so mnch on
your chin?" "Well," said the other,
very deliberately "scientists aay that
men who work with their brains create
each a heat in the scalp that the hair is
worn off.'.' "That sounds like s likely
theory," chimed in the loquacious
citizen. . "Yea it does," returned the
other, ''and I think, your case is a strik
ing illustration, of iU probability. Now
'you have plenty of hair on your head,
but none on. your chin, which just
. backs up the scientific theory, because
all your .work, ia done with your jaws
there's , nothing doing on topi"
Boston Traveller. . a ; .
Colonol Tim Buford.who assassinated
.' Judge M.-Elliott-, in ' Frankfort, Ky., a
year or so aiheevand who was convict
ed of the crime-and sentenced to prison
for life, given new trial and then ac-
auittod upon the ground of insanity;
len nont to the lunatic asylnm at An
ohorago, and after remaining a short,
time made his escape and wont tO'Jef
fumonville, where be now' lives, ' has
written a. letter tu a prominent lawyer
at Frankfort, in' which- he sayar "My
health is delicate my board bill is un
paid, and I have not enough clothes to
h cover my pereun,": i' . i ,
A young -woman who was married
: three month ago was asked how she
. was getting along iwlth the mysteries
of houiokeepinjp Oh, I'm learning
'very fast .uWhysrTr6uld' you 'believe
; itPY she exolaimed, "I hemmed a whole
-towel myselfr.i in-six hours yester
day." v. tidvz bca i
.!,-, : Ten :.V-r-.i'..rruj '
2 s UiT
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fJHECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois).
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
JiNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
TH08. W. HALL1DAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BROS3, Prident.
I T. 3. Kerth, Au't caab
F. Brou.... Ca!ro I William Kluta. .Cairo
Peter Seff.. ........... " William Wolf.... "
C. M 0trloh.... " I CO. Patier. ,m.. '
E.A.Bader " H. Well
J. T. Clem'on, Caledonia.: , ..
AQKSKR&LBAXKIMi Mr -.T.N'EBS DONE.
Exchange (old andboiiKlu. intereit paid 1i
the 8atna Department. Colleetlona made ani)
all btiftneM promptly attended to.
Boot & Shoe
Tto. 90 Cora'l Ave., Bet- Sth A 6th 8t.,
Jnat' received a foil line of
FALL and WINTER GOOi;S
which he will aell at the lowest bottom prtoas. It )
comprises the best of ST. LOUIS HAND-MADE I
nit nt BftRTflN M IVTTirAr.TITRRU I IhUPC
and CHILDREN' 8 HOES, and GENTS' RUB
BER BOOTS and 6HOKU.
also make to order anything In our Hue
of the best material and workmanship.
Manufacturer end Dealer In
Sth Streov, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
Safe Re jalred. All Kinds ol Kovs Madn. ,
ADS IT BROS.. Proprietor.
Washington Ave. and 14th Bt , Call 0,111
TMeals served at all hours night and day.
The patronaie of tbe public solicited.
.A. NlCW : . . .
A Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purp les, Cnequaled for
Private and Public Lines.
Sold Outrijrht for 0S.OO.' No Ex
They are la every wav far superior to the many
Amateur Mechanical Terepbones now, being sold
throughout tbe country. They are the onlv tele
pbonee having an Automatic Line Wire Tlghtner
and thev are the only Telephone that are pro
tected by an Outdoor LWhtnlng Arrester. All
eonnds are delivered In clear and natural tones.
They are the neatest, must dorable and reqalre lees
attention aid repatra than an? other Telephone
made. Bend for our Illustrated elrrular Agents
wanted. THE U. 8. TELEPHONE CO.,
Koa. to U West St., Madison lad.
P. O. Box 18. . Sm
"li U 4u .ill:
Stats A Monro $ts.,Chlosoo
nr Ina, iv ovu, M Soita.Ii
off taMrauMmla. Rulto, Capa
i isjcmieai tmmn
mntm Im Armtf sjH
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NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool,
W m. Ijudwig & Go.
Hl-lmdAW . i:t .it .,) ii
irEW drops appnea to t&a suruee wui Penetrate tot ha very Bone,
land almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing,
Inor diaoolor the Skin, or leave
i mo bqual tor tne wreorttnanmatnin, Bpraln. Mrniaee.
Stiff Jointa, Nemralizla), Laune
Sore Throat Palna in the Llmba or In any part of the System
and is equally emcacious lor ail
requiring a powerful diffusive Stimulant
Ask your Druggist for it. Frioe 60 eta
Prepared only by JTA&OB 8 UERREIX.
Wheu. Winter Comei. ; . ,
Winter cornea ith cnaetia and colda. and Baa.
on 'a Capclne Porooa Pla ten coma to care them.
Makes fast and Htn friends of all who nie It. In
Tlgoratea the Kldueye, LWer, Bowels and Stouuea
and pnriflt; tbe Bluod. Pleases the palatea, atlra
the circulation and cbeera the mind;. To the wom
en and aired persons It imparts strength and hope
fulneis. The bst known antidote to the Uaaor
hatlt. 50c. and 1 sizes.
i. . HlWTg CO., New Torlr..' "
Ely's Cream .Balm,
UNEQUALLED FOR COLD IN THE HEAD. -t'ream
Balm has gained an' envtable reputation
wherever knowa; displacing all oi her praparatlona.
Bend forclrcular containing full Inform tion and
reliable testimonials. Ky mall, prepaid. 60 eent a
pack&K stamps received. Hold by ell wholesale
ana reiau aruggiiis. JSLt s MtKAH balm ui).,
viwego, new i .in. '..
GOOD Canvassers WANTED!
. We offer rare tndacemeata to good stents, i Ev
ery reader of this paper who desires permanent
work and large oav. with a Use Dura sold watch
presented free, should send at once for oar large
bundle ol mrttculare Lane enonlr of aan nlea
sentfree. Address WASH1NK MANUFACTUR-
inu co., Charlotte, Mich
I luve a positive ratnedr for the above diseue; by tta
nsa tbonsanda of eass of the wortt kind and of loos)
. sunding have been cored. ..Indefsponais njr
faitb in iteemeacy, that f will send TWO BOTTLES
FREE, toRetner with a VALUABLE TRKATI8B on
this disease, to any anfferer. Oiv eiuieas and P. O
address. Da. T. A. BLOOU . Uil Pearl 8t.,Hw Tea
Grote's Greece i.70:Mac
au lay's England. V .6 ;
Green's Enzland. I1.7S:
chiller's Thirty Teare' War, 40e. ; Creasey's Fif
teen Decisive Buttles. 40c. : Carlyle s French Rev
olution, 8 r.; Green, Mchiller, Creasy and Cariyle
in one, 11.50: Kenrlck's Ancient Egypt, II; Rol-
lin's Aoalaot HMory,' ft 50 Frolssart'S Cbron
icier, $1.33. Catalogue &00,UU0 volumea free. ,
P.O. Box isn't,
juo.i if. AWbiM. ro nnsner,
18 Voy St., New Tork
I CURE FITS!
-ir i do not mean merely to svp wem
n have them retarn afupj. mean
, radical cine ic md thediiwaseo
1 warrant nig remwitr toourm tha worst esses. Decease
others bare railed is no rsaeoa (or ant new Mewivitm a
my infallible reraedr. Give Erpress and PnstoSne. u
costs rno onthlna for a trial, and I will curs owe
. Address Da.a.0. ROOT, let Pearl 8s. Svwierk.
:'" 617 St' Charles Street, ST. LOOTS, Ud
A regular Graduate of twe uedleal
colleges, lias been Imurer enffaRed In the treat
ment ef Ohroaio, pferrvonia, t-litn and
Xnn Diseases thsn any other phvslrlan In
i Bt. I.outs, as city rl" shew ana all old rel
dents kpow. Coniu'lstion t office or ay mail,
- . freesnd Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
costs nothing. When It f inconvenient to visit
the city .or. trentinent, mrdlcluM can be eent.
by mall or exprnM tvervwbere. Curable caser
giihrauteU where dcabt exist U is frankly
stated. CslI or Write. (
' KftTotis Prostration, Debilrty, Mental ani
Physical- Weakness, ' Mercurial and Other
' affections of Throat, Skin and Hones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores a;d Ulcers, Impediments to
' MarriBge, BhemnatiMn, ' Piles. " Special
'"' attention to esses from over-worked brain.
SURGICAt CASES receive special attention. '
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses.
yenejs orlrposurss. '
It Is self-evident that a physlrlan paying
t particular aHcntlno to a claw of eases attains
great skill, uid phrslrlaiis In reiular practice
t i-nl! over the eountry knowing this, freqnendy
recommend cases to the oldest cfilce In Awrloa,
- wben every kaowu appliance is resorurd to.
and tbe proved k"1 remedies of all
axes and countrloa are used," A? whole boose l
nsed for office piiriooes, and all are treated with
skill in a re'peetful manner; and. knowing
what to do. no experiments are made. Onae--
, count of the areat number annlylDK. the
tow. often lower than 1
demanded by others If you secure the. akl'l ..
and get a tpoerty and perfect lif e) cure, mat is
the Important matter. . Psiuphlet, SS paces,
' aunt to any address free.
Klegant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed JbrlO
f cents lit poslaav or currency. W flT ""f"
lerrut pen ilctures, true to lire ariij-?"
why? Proper sge to marry. ybfJZZFX&Vz
bould uian-y. How life sni lil'Mnerny be
snoreved. 1 Thm tnarrled.w nPjsJJ '
marryliiB should read It. ,,"if11t,!3
by all adult irsou. tbett eit under local aad
Lev Poiiulsr edition, same s atxive, but paper
, JJiev TOpag't nU,tomU
vpostoKa. ! -1
na anlileeta. who tnsv tositt,
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THE KUR3HEEDT M'F'Q CO.,
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l Mention thia paper. ,. . . -j,i .-m
of the continued use of mercury and potash for the
treatment of Blood and Skin diseases they never
cure, and nearly always injure or totally ruin the
a well-known druggist.
- My drugstore was the first to sell Swift's Specific.
It was then put up In quart bottles which sold tor
15. 00 each. I have seen a great nuny cases cured
by its use, and some who had tried all sorts of
treatment. In fset 1 have never known It te fall
when taken properly. 1 aell a large quantity of It,
and for all diseases that are dependent ou blood
poison or sulu humor. It curve , ,
mtrt.i and aOTcuK on thk saia,
and makes the complexion fair and rosy. - As for
blood taint, there le no such word aa fail. It cures
cases that have long withstood other sorts of treat
ment, and without any of those recurring troubles
that generally follow mercurial and other so
called cures. T. L.MA88ENBUBO,
For years I was afflicted with Pry Tetierofthe
most obstinate trpe. Was treated by many of th
best physicians : took quantities of mercury. potaen
and arsenic, whiob, instead of curing the Tetter
crippled me np with mineral poison and rheuma
tism. The Tetter continued to grow worse, and
the Itching almost made me crssy. Ia this con
dition I was lDdaced to take Swift's Specific, and
tbe result waa astonishing as It was gratlfyltrg. In
a few months the Tetter was eatirely well; the
Mercurial f-olsonlnjr all out of my system and I
waa a well man and doe only to swift's Speclfle.
All the s offerers shonld take It. :
JAMES DUNNING. Louisville, Ky.
WHAT A. PHYSICIAN SAYS.
Cypress Ridge, Monroe Co., Ark , I
" Jolyai, 18-S. f
Ihsve a bright little daughter who will bis two
years old next month.. She has been troubled
nearly ever since her birth wlrh a skin disease,
wh chl ftrst diagnosed chicken-pox, but later
found It to be some sort of eczema: at any rate It
resisted very- stubbornly all the different treat
ments.:! I purchased one bottle of Bwlit'e .Specific
and gave it to her iu small doses ihren times day
and Iu a short while had the satixfuctiou to see
that she was entirely well. I am so welt pleased
with Its effect oa her that I shall not only nse it In
mr Practice, bnt I shall administer Ii to mv other
children and take It myself. W. E. Bronti, M O.
Our treatise on Blood and Hlrin Diseases mallarf
free to applicants.
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